Reynolds Recycling opens new HI-5 Certified Redemption Center | Business
Reynolds Recycling Inc recently announced the opening of another new certified redemption center in Kailua.
This new redemption center is located in the bowling alley parking lot at 120 Hekili Street and serves the Kailua town community. It is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The center is closed from noon to 1:30 p.m.
This redemption center also buys aluminum, copper, brass, and stainless steel scrap metals, wine bottles and other non-deposit glass bottles and jars.
“I am excited that we can open another recycling venue in the Kailua area, especially as we get ready to celebrate our 30th anniversary. This new redemption center is in a convenient central location, close to several supermarkets, and the upcoming Whole Foods Market. The staff at the Pali Lanes has been great to work with, and you can truly sense why they are such an integral part of this Kailua community. We are working to play a similar role by helping Kailua recycle, and become an even greener community” Director of Marketing and Development for Reynolds Recycling Bruce Iverson said.
Reynolds Recycling, Inc. is celebrating thirty years as “Your Neighborhood Recycler”, is locally owned and operated, and is working to preserve and protect Hawaii’s natural beauty. Since 2005, Reynolds has annually recycled the equivalent of one month’s worth of garbage from the Waimanalo Gulch landfill.
For information on other locations, please call 487-2802 or visit us at www.reynoldsrecycing.com.
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